Hasbro goes co-production route in China
Ben Stiller: ‘Zoolander 2’ Was More Difficult to Make Than a ‘Transformers’ Sequel
Morgan Freeman Discusses the Roles He Isn’t Offered at AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards
‘Better Call Saul’s’ Bob Odenkirk, Showrunners Talk Jimmy McGill’s Transition to Saul Goodman at Season 2 Premiere
Author Nicholas Sparks Thinks ‘The Choice’ Will ‘Speak to an Authenticity That People Will Recognize’
George Clooney’s Dyed-Black Hair in ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Made Him Feel ‘Young and Lively’
Japanese broadcasters, including the five commercial networks and pubcaster NHK, have long had an Internet presence, though monetizing online content is a mystery they have yet to solve.
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With the Australian launch of nonfiction entertainment channel A&E in February, pay TV platform Foxtel's head of factual entertainment Jim Buchan is looking for unscripted reality skeins centered on…
In 2010, when U.K. paybox BSkyB announced it was adding comedy to its commissioning slate, few observers thought the satcaster would end up laughing.
Warner Bros.' "Wrath of the Titans" got off to an OK start Thursday night with $1 million from approximately 1,500 midnight runs.
"Jane Eyre" star Mia Wasikowska is set to topline Occupant Entertainment's "Madame Bovary," which Sophie Barthes ("Cold Souls") will direct from an adapted screenplay by Rose Barreneche.
A traditional presentation but with none of the stuffiness that description might imply.
Fox won a competitive Thursday race that was highlighted by the return of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory," which was off the air the last two weeks because of the NCAA basketball tournament.
Politico's Roger Simon thinks that Mitt Romney struggled even with Jay Leno's softballs: Simon writes, "To show his political creds, Leno presses Romney lightly on wanting to do away with Barack…
MADRID -- Swooping on one of 2011's most talked-about Latin American debuts, Aquelarre Servicios Cinematograficos has acquired Spanish rights to Santiago Mitre's "The Student."
Media fund Incentive Capital and sales company Recreation have struck a deal for the international distribution of a library containing more than 850 film and TV titles.
Kevin Smith: ‘Yoga Hosers’ Is ‘The Movie I Wanted to See When I Was a 12-Year-Old Girl’
Riley Keough and Jena Malone on ‘Lovesong’s’ Experimental Feel
Ellen Burstyn on What Makes ‘Wiener-Dog’ Director Todd Solondz’s Style So Unique
‘The Danish Girl’ Production Designer on Expressing Emotions of Eddie Redmayne’s Lili
John Legend and ‘Underground’ Cast on Bringing the Story of the Underground Railroad to New Audiences
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